White hi-gloss furniture is teamed with an American Black walnut and sapwood island, while Cristobal quartz composite surfaces keep the room feeling light. The Blank quartz composite tiles on the floor are striking but require regular cleaning.
1/7 Bespoke kitchen cabinetry
2/7 Composite kitchen worksurfaces
A quartz composite worktop is a great choice for a modern kitchen thanks to its durability and resistance to staining.
Diespeker Marble & Terrazzo
3/7 Fridge-freezer in run of kitchen storage units
A capacious stainless-steel fridge-freezer has been integrated into a bank of cabinetry. It has an integral wine cooler, which can hold up to 41 bottles at two different temperatures.
4/7 Hideaway kitchen larder cupboard
The full-height larder has American Black walnut shelves and is positioned next to the fridge-freezer for convenience.
5/7Drinks storage cupboard with hanging rack
All the glassware and bottles are kept in a dedicated drinks cupboard. Hanging wine glasses from a built-in rack is a clever way of maximising cupboard space.
6/7 Kitchen island unit with uninterrupted grain
The sapwood used on the island has been bookmatched, so that its grain runs continuously along the entire width of the unit - even across cupboard doors and drawer fronts.
Similar bookmatched grain
7/7 Handy under-hob cutlery drawer
Handy storage drawers, suitable for utensils and cutlery, were installed under the hob for easy accessibility.
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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